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Programs

Adult Family Services  Annual Statewide Managed Care Open Enrollment
                     
 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
                           Pre-Screening Eligibility Tool

Adult Family Services purpose is to provide customer-focused products and services to maximize the independence and productivity of Ohio's vulnerable citizens, in order to strengthen Ohio's communities.


Child Support Enforcement   Monthly Child Support Statistics

  • Congress established the Child Support Enforcement Program in 1975 under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act to collect child support. The program's goal is to ensure that all children are supported financially by both parents and to reduce the number of children receiving public assistance.
     
  • The increase in the rate of divorce, separation and out-of-wedlock births has been dramatic in the United States. There are more than one million children in Ohio who are entitled to child support.
     
  • The Child Support program is a joint effort involving federal, state and local agencies administered in Ohio by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Office of Child Support (OCS).

Social Services

  • Services are provided to the elderly who are in danger of harm and/or are unable to protect themselves. County Departments of Job and Family Services are mandated to investigate and evaluate all reports of suspected abuse, neglect, and exploitation of adults age 60 and over. Adults who experience abuse, neglect or exploitation are offered supportive services, as available, for protection and self-sufficiency.
     
  • Services required by the federal government to ensure necessary transportation for consumers to and from medical providers. This requirement is meet through a variety of programs and funding mechanisms.